Patchouli herb is believed to have many health benefits to people. This herb has amazing healing properties like anti-phlogistic, aphrodisiac, cicatrisant, anti odor, febrifuge, insecticide, health tonic, anti depressant, antiseptic, astringent, cytophylactic, diuretic, fungicide as well as sedative. The steam distillation of Patchouli leaves gives us patchouli essential oil.
People have been using Patchouli herb for centuries as natural ayurvedic remedies to different ailments. It was even used as an insecticide and insect repellent for years. People used the dried leaves of Patchouli to protect stored clothes from pest attack.
However, people have now realized that Patchouli is more than just an insecticide and that there are actually many health benefits of Patchouli essential oil that they can take advantage of.
The most popular magical uses for patchouli are the different money spells. Legend has it that Saturn, the god of hard-earned gains and limitations, governs patchouli, and all spells should be cast on Saturday, the day of Saturn. The first money patchouli spell is a mental spell, which requires users to place patchouli leaves or oil in their wallet and envision the wallet bursting with money. Another spell is the money growth spell. Members of Free Witchcraft Spells, an online organization providing information for budding witches, directs those seeking monetary riches to gather a healthy potted houseplant, a coin and patchouli leaves. To cast the spell, sprinkle patchouli leaves onto the soil of the potted plant and then press a coin halfway into the soil where the patchouli leaves are. When extra money is gained, remove the coin from the soil and spend it. To keep the spell continuous, users must insert a new coin whenever the old one is spent. A third spell using patchouli is for prosperity. Users either place patchouli oils or leaves around the base of a green candle or hollow out and fill the bottom of a green candle with patchouli leaves. The candle is then burnt completely.
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